BlackBerry 10 Released End of January 2013 - Research In Motion (RIM) has finally set a date for the launch of the BlackBerry 10, their latest operating system on January 30, 2013. RIM will be holding several events at the same time in several countries to launch. Canadian-based company will launch two BlackBerry 10 devices based on an event that has been highly anticipated.
Two it is a BlackBerry device with a full touch screen and a Blackberry that resembles the current flagship product, the BlackBerry Bold.
Blackberry 10 will represent a major change made in the RIM operating system. With this launch, RIM will try to repeat his success when they controlled the world of smartphones, before being supplanted by smartphones based on Android and iOS.
Actually, to date smartphone made by RIM is still a favorite among corporate and government because the security level of the system operation. However, BlackBerry users are being abandoned by a less demanding level of security offered by RIM. They chose the other interesting features offered by Android and Apple.
Late last month, RIM said that BlackBerry 10-based smartphones have undergone testing in 50 telecom operators worldwide. It is important in the development of the smartphone.
"Thanks to strong partnerships with a number of operators in different countries and an ecosystem of application developers continues to grow, we believe our customers would get the best experience with BlackBerry," RIM CEO Thorsten Heins said, as quoted by CNET. Heins added, "we look forward to a time when BlackBerry 10 began to be used by our customers worldwide."